Considered a holy land too many, Jerusalem is a dream destination for historians and religious enthusiasts alike. This is a place where Jesus is said to have walked and performed miracles. We’d like to review a few tips for traveling in Jerusalem.
For tourist attractions, visit the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, a place it is believed that Jesus was crucified. The Western Wall is believed to be built by King Herod 2,000 years ago. The Dome of the Rock, a big part of Temple Mount, where Abraham almost sacrificed Isaac and King Solomon built the first temple.
Would you believe there seems to be a little of everything for eating in Jerusalem? There is French, Italian, Moroccan Yemenite, Kurdish and Polish. You can find the hole in the wall dining or high end dining. And don’t worry about dressing up. It is pretty much casual dress wherever you go.
Most hotels are within ten minutes from the city center. Busy months tend to be March, April, September and October. With those looking to find some familiarity, you can find Waldorf Astoria.
Jerusalem is a great place to travel year round because of the weather. So visit Jerusalem and you will be educated and find great memories.